Spanish Prefab by MYCC

Spanish Prefab by MYCC

Trent Johnson
Aug 2, 2010

Imagine if your new home could be assembled in just a single week. Now take that week and divide it by two and you end up with more than enough time to construct the home pictured above. Assembly time and efficiency are just two of the many benefits to prefabricated construction.

This stunning home located in Cederia, Spain serves as a wonderful example of modern prefab design. The structure was designed by Spanish studio MYCC, built offsite in a factory in Madrid, and then transported by truck to a site where it was assembled in just three days.

The home serves as an eco-vacation retreat and is inspired by the traditional farmhouse. Overlooking the ocean and surrounded by groves of eucalyptus trees, the home is comprised of six modules measuring 6 meters long by 3 meters wide and was built using a crane to set the pieces in place. Onsite waste was kept to a minimum during construction, and the home is comprised mainly of cement and wood.

MYCC via Inhabitat.

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